Arlington County recognized the importance of 18 residents aged 100 or older at the third annual County Centenarian Celebration.
The County Board adopted changes to the filing timeline and eligibility requirements for the Tax Relief Program.
At its July meeting, the Board will adopt the County’s FY 2019-2028 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and consider dozens of other items.
The County Board will hear from the public and vote on proposed changes to Real Estate Tax Relief for the Elderly in July.
Let them know about the County’s July 31 deadline for applying for coupons for the 2018 season.
Arlington County Board thanked the General Assembly, he County’s legislative delegation and Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam for expanding Medicaid.
The County, in partnership with the Human Rights Commission’s Equality Task Force, has launched a webpage with local, state, and national resources for the LGBTQ community, with LGBTQ resources on a variety of topics, including homelessness and housing, domestic violence and sexual assault, and health.
The Community Conversation event will engage Arlington residents and leaders in a discussion about sexual assault, sexual harassment and fostering healthy relationships.
Teaching and learning touches everyone involved at Arlington Weaves, Etc.
Follow volunteers and staff as they head out on a freezing January night to count people in Arlington County who are experiencing homelessness.